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District spelling bee tests the tongues of students
For those of us who rely on the safety net of a computer spell check, the San Juan School District Spelling Bee can be an impressive event. On February 22, local students from the third to the eigh...
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31 Eagle Scouts perform service projects in community
Eagle Scout projects represent a significant amount of volunteer service to area communities.
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San Juan 4-H robotics team takes first place
San Juan’s 4-H Robotics Team won first place at a regional VEX robotics tournament held February 11 in Hyrum, UT.
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High schools move to an 8-period day
High school students in the San Juan School District will have an eight-class period day in the coming school year. The new arrangement was approved at the February 16 meeting of the San Juan Schoo...
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Triathlon and Abajo Winter Festival set for running this weekend
It’s winter: that frigid time of the year when your breath turns to smoke and your fingers bend with difficulty. But even though the season provides a cruel breeze and icy roads, it is not complete...
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Denison Mines hopes to amend operations
Denison Mines has asked the Forest Service and BLM to approve a Plan of Operations Amendment (POA) at its La Sal Mines Complex in San Juan County. The POA proposes the construction of additional mi...
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Local seniors visit State Capital
Local seniors and Senior Center Directors from San Juan County visited the State Capitol for Senior Day at the Legislature. The seniors met with Representative Watkins and Senator Hinkins and Commi...
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SJHS presents Little Shop of Horrors
Spring is just around the corner and flowers are starting to bloom, but whatever you do, don’t feed the plants! Why not? Because they might just be killer plants from outer space.
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Monticello considers police force consolidation
San Juan County Sheriff Rick Eldredge presented the Monticello City Council with a proposal to consolidate city law enforcement with the Sheriff’s office at the Febuary 8 city council meeting.
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White Mesa Uranium Mill is an economic juggernaut in San Juan
The White Mesa Mill south of Blanding was the subject of a wide-ranging interview with Ron Hochstein, the President and Chief Operating Officer for the Denison Mines Corporation, headquartered in C...
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